The biggest one: Most short-term rental licenses are for entire homes or apartments.
After April 1, 2017, it’s legal to rent homes in New Orleans via Airbnb, VRBO and similar services. Sites must be licensed. We’re tracking where applications have been filed and approved.
The city started approving applications earlier this week, soon after the law went into effect.
About 1,300 applications have been received; 340 have been approved.
People who want to rent their homes through Airbnb and similar services must get a permit from the city.
As of Friday morning, there were about 430 applications. Use our map to see where they are.
More are coming in every day as April 1 approaches. That's when the city's regulations on short-term rentals go into effect.
Under a law that goes into effect next month, all short-term rentals must be registered with the city.
The city is taking applications now. It will start enforcing the new rules on April 1.
The city will post names and addresses online.